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I have a 68 Camaro ss my driveshaft has all 1 1/8 dia. caps on ujointa except yoke on rearend are 1 1/16. My problem is the smaller end that joins the yoke is 3 1/2 wide and the yoke is approx. 3 1/4 between seats. They tell me its the correct ujoint, and the yoke is org. Where do I go? Thanks,

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Go to a real auto parts store and give the counterman the dimensions you need.
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I have been to several and talked with a rep for a ujoint manufacture and no answer to work,Thanks
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Check this page for combination u joints.

Denny's Driveshaft and Driveline Parts stocks a large inventory of Dana Spicer and Neapco Universal Joints, combination u-joints and four wheel drive front axle wheel u-joints. Also heavy duty truck 1610, 1710, 1760 and 1810 series universal joints.
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